This very practical and interactive course will provide staff with the chance to explore what non-specialists can do to help colleagues in distress feel safe, supported and understood. Staff will gain an understanding of what mental health is and how to challenge stigma. The course gives staff a basic knowledge of common mental health issues and teaches them how to look after their own mental health and wellbeing.
We all know that being under pressure at work for short periods is normal and may even help overall performance.
But too much pressure over a prolonged period (whether that pressure comes from home or work stresses, or a combination of both) and employees will start to feel unable to cope.
Poor mental health is now the number one reason for staff absence and our own EAP life works data tells us that the top 3 most reasons our staff have accessed the programme are:
By implementing a Mental Health training programme we can ensure we have a stronger focus on stress and common Mental Health illnesses, provide managers with a robust mental health action plan to help those in crisis or who need Information, and to also show how we promote Mental Health and Well-being in our workplace’s and provide Information on self-help and well-being to aid prevention.
- Recognising possible signs and symptoms of a person that has mental ill-health
- Awareness of Mental Health and its stigma
- How to access help for those in crisis or need
Who should attend this course?
Suitable for all staff that want to increase their awareness in Mental Health for themselves or others.